Shadow Bobbing – a poem by Michelle Diaz

Shadow Bobbing
 
See how time moves bones
then buries them
how thought is apple –hard
wormy
 
Let those cider tears
release us
may we never down hearts
with a petty crunch
 
Let life peel us
the sad, everyday air
brown us
to the core

 

Michelle Diaz is a poet who currently lives in the colourful town of Glastonbury. She enjoys playing games with her ten year old son who suffers from Tourettes Syndrome and reading poetry like her life depended on it. She has been published by Prole, Amaryllis and was included in the Please Hear What I Am Not Saying anthology. Last year she was awarded 3rd place in the Mere Poetry Competition.

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